Previous Exhibitions: BEMALINGER Jonas Georg Christensen and Peter Olsen GIPSSTØBNINGAR Petra Gipp 3rd of May – 16th of June 2019 OMNI CHRONOS Siiku 4th of April – 14th of April 2019 ASYL Marie Jagd 23th of Marts 2018 – 27th of April 2018 SPONTANIOUS FERMENTATION Gudrun Krabbe 15th of December 2017 – 25th of January 2018 7 SHADES OF WOOD Helena Westerberg 3rd of November – 24th of November 2017 VESSELS Jonathan Hauser 22nd of September – 22nd of October 2017 CONCRETE CONSPIRACIES Mia Fryk + Spacegirls 21th of August – 15th of September 2017 NEITHER HERE NOR THERE Jim de Block 28th of April – 7th of…


SEMINAR ON HOUSING AT The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture
Join us for a seminar on housing at The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture. The seminar brings together a number of different and interdiciplinary voices on housing and the relationship between organisation, politics, program and architecture. In search of the qualities and beauty in everyday life. Speakers: Rorbert gassner, arkitekt, phd-studerende; Peter hegelund skriver, lektor eremitus, RUC; Anders Lund hansen, associate professor, Department of Human Geography, Lund University; Stine Henckel Schultz, arkitekt, phd-studerende; Marianne Ingvartsen, arkitekt; Masashi Kajita, arkitekt, SBi, KADK; Rolf Andersson, byggedirektør, KAB; Uffe leth, arkitekt, LETH & GORI, og Pontus Åqvist, arkitekt, OpenStudio Arkitekter (se)


Topping out ceremony on the nature center The Ants Hill
Entrance facade and canopyTopping out ceremony on the city of Randers’ new nature Center The Ants Hill (ByNaturrum Myretuen) in Langvang, Denmark. The nature center ‘The Ants Hill’ has been developed by LETH & GORI og Elkiær + Ebbeskov Architects in collaboration with Randers Produktionshøjskole, The city of Randers, Bysekretariatet, Nordre Fælleds Venner and The Danish Nature Agency, based on a concept  initiated by The Danish Foundation for Sports and Culture Facilities  (Lokale- og Anlægsfonden) and The Danish Outdoor Council. We love wood and we are happy to celebrate the wooden construction and the craftmanship led by carpenter  Tømrerfirmaet Peder Hansen.


BEYOND LUXURY – Lecture and discussion @Utzon
BEYOND LUXURY is one of the themes of the exhibition ‘Art of Many – The Right to Space’ currently on display at Utzon Center in Aalborg, Denmark. LETH & GORI have contributed to the BEYOND LUXURY theme with three very different housing projects – Brick House, Roof House and Very Social Housing. Along with Adept’s Martin Laursen Uffe Leth will be discussing the theme and projects next Thursday the 16th of March at Utzon Center – so join us if you have the possibility. >More info here


Museum of Copenhagen | Lecture on architect Hans Jørgen Holm (1835-1916)
Starting from the ongoing transformation of architect Hans Jørgen Holm (1835-1916) beautifully crafted building in Stormgade 18 for the Museum of Copenhagen, Karsten lectures at The Royal Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture, on Holm ‘s oevre and importance as architect. A travel back in time to the 1890’s of Copenhagen and further back to the Aachen Cathedral (Church of St. Mary), San Vitale in ravenna and Hagia Sophia.


Topping out ceremony on Museum of Copenhagen
The ongoing restoration and transformation work on the new Museum of Copenhagen and Stormgade 20 has reached the topping out ceremony which will be celebrated on 19th January 2017. Together with our partner Rørbæk og Møller, LETH & GORI leads the entire design team and construction management on site. The project is the result of a year-long and inspiring design process in close collaboration with The Museum of Copenhagen, Copenhagen City Archives (Københavns Stadsarkiv), The City of Copenhagen – Kultur- og Fritidsforvaltningen and Byggeri København. See more here: Museum of Copenhagen And here: Transformation project Stormgade 20


Groundbreaking on the new nature Center ‘The Ants Hill’ in Randers
Turning of the first sod ceremony on 17th January 2017. The nature center ‘The Ants Hill’ has been developed by LETH & GORI og Elkiær + Ebbeskov Architects in collaboration with Randers Produktionshøjskole, The city of Randers, Bysekretariatet, Nordre Fælleds Venner and The Danish Nature Agency, based on a concept  initiated by The Danish Foundation for Sports and Culture Facilities  (Lokale- og Anlægsfonden) and The Danish Outdoor Council. LETH & GORI and Elkiær + Ebbeskov Architects are total consultants on the project in collaboration with LiW Planning and Bøegh Engineering. The project has received funding from The Danish Foundation for Sports and Culture Facilities  (Lokale- og…


Uffe Leth jury member in Pavilion competition
Uffe Leth has been appointed as a member of the jury in the third and last competition for a temporary pavilion in the Kings Gardens in Copenhagen. The pavilion is to be completed in the summer of 2017 and will be built on a site next to the Hercules Pavilion designed by C.F. Harsdorff in 1773. Deadline for the competition is the 27th of February. >Competition programme


1. prize in Competition for public housing in Christiansfeld
In a team with Kent Pedersen, Bauen and Bruun & Möllers we have won the invited competition for new public housing in the unique context of Christiansfeld. The project includes transformation of three listed buildings and adds three new buildings – a total of 2.500m2. The project site is situated in the middle of the historic UNESCO World Heritage site of Christiansfeld with the listed church Salshuset from 1776 defining the eastern site border and to the two main axes of Christiansfeld, Lindegade and Nørregade, defining the northern and southern edge of the site. ’There is no doubt that we have given the…


Framework agreement with Copenhagen Municipality won
With contractor Jakon, Rørbæk & Møller Architects, EKJ Engineers and Schul Landcape we have won a four year framework agreement with Copenhagen Municipality. The agreement covers works within sports, culture, administration and housing. We look forwards to continuing our good collaboration with Copenhagen Municipality which includes the ongoing projects The Museum of Copenhagen and The Elephant House.


Construction has started on the new Museum of Copenhagen. The ongoing demolition work is revealing the building’s hidden layers of history in an archeological process where building gems and stories belonging to the house are slowly beeing excavated. We feel the presence of architect Hans J. Holm – almost as if the building works as a time machine. The Museum of Copenhagen is moving to Stormgade 18 where the museum re-opens in 2018. The new location close to other museums and cultural institutions will bring about new opportunities for co-creation and cooperation. The project also includes the renovation and transformation of the neighbouring building in…


Work has started on the transformation of Stormgade 20 in central Copenhagen. Built in 1894 – just two years before the neighboring future museum building in Stormgade 18 (known as Overformynderiet). Stormgade 20 will house office and workshop spaces for the future organisation of History and Art (Historie og Kunst) under the City of Copenhagen. On the top floor of number 20 a new roof floor with cantina space and a roof terrace allows for views of the Copenhagen skyline. LETH & GORI are collaborating with Rørbæk & Møller Architects and engineers Hundsbæk & Henriksen on the project.          


HALMTORVET V – Pop-up exhibition and temporary urban space.
Join us for the opening of the project HALMTORVET V –  a combined pop-up exhibition in Absalonsgade and a temporary urban space on Halmtorvet.  Enjoy a drink, healthy snacks and the opportunity to discuss and influence the development of Copenhagen.


We are excited to have started working on the transformation of the historic building ‘The Elephant House’ in Copenhagen for the Copenhagen Centre for Cancer and Health. The beautiful former chapel is to be transformed into an activity center and Men’s Shed run by the Centre. Copenhagen Centre for Cancer and Health offers different rehabilitation programmes that will make use of the planned new spaces for fitness and training, mindfullness, yoga, discussion groups, sessions and more. The elephant House is a historic building in the Old People’s City in Copenhagen and is designated worthy of preservation. The transformation work will take its starting point in…


New housing in a unique historic context
  In collaboration with Kent Pedersen Architects, Bauen and Breimann & Bruun we have been selected for an invited competition to create new housing in the unique UNESCO World Heritage site of Christiansfeld, Denmark. Christiansfeld is one of the first planned cities in Denmark constructed in 1773 – 1800 by The Moravian Brothers who came from Germany to build a colony in Denmark.  The competition site is bordered to the north and south by the two main axes of Christiansfeld, Lindegade and Nørregade, and to the west by the listed Church Salshuset from 1776.  The project involves transformation of three listed buildings on…


The new book ‘Art of Many – the Right to Space’ presents more than 130 contemporary Danish architectural projects in images, drawings and informative texts. The works have been carefully selected by the architect Boris Brorman Jensen and philosopher Kristoffer Lindhardt Weiss, who have been appointed by the Danish Architecture Centre to write the book and curate the official Danish contribution to the 15th International Architecture Biennale 2016 in Venice. We are proud to present six projects in the book that all share a humanistic focus and interest in people and everyday life.


LETH & GORI are presenting six projects at the 15th International Biennale Architettura in Venezia. The main curator of the Venice Biennale, the Chilean architect Alejandro Aravena, asked individual countries to select today’s architectural front zones: the areas where people are fighting to increase quality of life by means of architecture and urban development. From guaranteeing very concrete, down-to-earth living standards to interpreting and fulfilling human desires, from respecting the single individual to taking care of the common good, from efficiently hosting daily activities to expanding the frontiers of civilization. In the danish pavillion LETH & GORI presents six projects that all…


Business development
We have just completed a business development course supported by the Foundation Dreyers Fond and facilitated by the Danish Association of Architects. We have had the pleasure of a close dialogue with Louis Becker, partner at Henning Larsen Architcts, who has been our mentor in the process.  A great big thank you to Dreyers Fond, the Danish Association of Architects and Louis Becker.


New Nordic Architecture Lecture in Oslo
Along with (one of) our favourite Swedish offices General Architecture we have been invited to Oslo to give a lecture about our work. The lecture takes place at Josefines gate 34  Thursday 21st of April @ 18.00. >More info


Copenhagen Architecture Festival 2016 opens on the 9th of March and features a diverse programme of events, films, talks, concerts, exhibition and seminars. As part of the festival LETH & GORI are hosting a debate about gentrification and urban development exemplified in our local neighborhood Vesterbro.  The event takes place on the 10th of March @19.00. >For more info visit the CAFx website


La Biennale di Venezia 2016
LETH & GORI have been selected for the 15th Venice Architecture Biennale. The biennale is titled REPORTING FROM THE FRONT and curated by recent Pritzker prize laureate Alejandro Aravena. LETH & GORI will participate in the Danish contribution to the biennale curated by Boris Brorman Jensen og Kristoffer Lindhardt Weiss. The biennale is opening on the 26th of May 2016 – we hope to see you there… >Info about the Danish contribution to the biennale  


Join us this Friday the 20th of November for the official inauguration of our project on the island of Fur, Denmark. The project titled Diatoms consist of three sculptural objects placed in the unique landscape by Fur Knudeklint. The inauguration event starts at 13.00 at Knudevej 3, Fur. The local brewery Fur Bryghus have produced a special bear called Diatomé for the event. The Fur project is a collaboration between LETH & GORI and Reiulf Ramstad Architects along with consultants Buro Happold and Anne Tietjen. The project is one of ten projects in Naturstyrelsen and Realdania’s campaign ‘Steder i Landskabet‘ [Places in the Landscape] celebrating ten unique places…


Roof House is featured in Detail Magazine in the November 2015 edition focusing on transformation and refurbishment projects.


HJEM – exhibition opening
Join us Friday 25th September for the opening of the exhibition HJEM by Johna Hansen.


HOUSING IN THE GAPS OF THE CITY – Exhibition opening
Join us for the opening of the pop-up exhibition ‘Housing in the gaps of the city’ on Friday 4th of September, 17.00 – 21.00.


Quietness, silence, texure, material and light. Nicolai Steinø’s review of LETH & GORI and Elkiær+Ebbeskov’s community center PULSEN in the Danish magazine Arkitekten, recognizes the influence of the open windy northern danish landscape on the quiet robustness and greyscale toning of the building complex. The immense scale of the landscape is contrasted by the warm and soft interior of warm colored and wood lined niches, pockets, built-in seating and furniture – all designed with reference to the human scale and body. The review is illustrated by new beautiful photos by Danish photographer Adam Mørch: www.adammork.dk See the project here: PULSEN


Wallpaper* Architects Directory 2015
LETH & GORI has been selected for Wallpaper’s annual Architects Directory which celebrates 20 rising-star architecture practices from around the world. The Architects Directory 2015 is published in Wallpapers July edition and can also be revived on Wallpaper’s website.


LETH & GORI recieves award in housing competition
LETH & GORI have received an honorable mention in the open competition Dalslandsstugan 2.0 for a new type of detached house in Dalsland, Sweden. The competition attracted 122 participants – a total of 6 projects were awarded by the jury. LETH & GORI’s proposal receives praise from the jury for its limited footprint and low ecological impact on the landscape, strong architecture and sculptural qualities.   >See the project here >Competition website


Victory in bid for Museum of Copenhagen
In collaboration with Rørbæk & Møller Architects we have won the contract for designwork in connection with the relocation of the Museum of Copenhagen. The museum will inhabit Architect Hans Jørgen Holm’s listed building from 1894 located on Stormgade 18 in central Copenhagen. The project also includes new administration facilities and archives in the neighbouring building Stormgade 20. We are extremly happy with the prospect to work with this fantastic building and project.


ROOF HOUSE is rewarded Fredensborg Municipality Architecture Prize 2015 for ‘[…] an example of how the close collaboration between client and architect can create outstanding architecture. A simple and precise transformation of the existing 60s villa into a contemporary dwelling. A great inspirations to others.’ The project would never have been realized without the hard work and great confidence in our design and ideas from the owners of the house. We are really happy and proud to receive the prize with them. See the project here: ROOF HOUSE Link to Fredensborg Municipality: http://www.fredensborg.dk


Review of the exhibition ‘Housing and Welfare – Homes|Ensembles|City’
LETH & GORI og Powerhouse Companys ‘Very social Housing’ project receives positive review in the Danish newspaper Politiken. Kartsen Ifversen writes about the project: ‘[…] Here you’ll find warm materials and a discreet but very sensory variation. The architects have considered the quality of the individual dwellings from the inside-out as well as the functional-aesthetically experience of the housing forming a part of the street scape from the outside.’ See the project here: Very Social Housing The Politiken review is online and you can read it here.


About 30 % of all Danish households now live in the capital, and it is expected that 1,000 new citizens will move to Copenhagen every month over the coming years – more than 10,000 per year. This makes it difficult to build in general, and almost impossible to build cheaply. Many search in vain for a suitable home that they can afford. In the exhibition Housing and Welfare – Homes | Ensembles | City, LETH & GORI and Powerhouse Company’s ‘very social housing’ project for Boligforeningen 3B, researches one answer to the question if there are forms of housing and its ensembles that suggest Copenhagen…


Housing and Welfare
LETH & GORI and Powerhouse Company’s project for ‘Very Social Housing’ in Copenhagen is exhibited at the Housing and Welfare exhibition opening at the Royal Academy School of Architecture tomorrow 18 March @ 16.00. The exhibition investigates the future of Copenhagen as a residential city through a series of planned or proposed projects. >See the project here >Housing and Welfare website


Museum of Copenhagen
In a team with Rørbæk & Møller and Hundsbæk & Henriksen we have been selected to bid on the project for relocation of the Museum of Copenhagen. The museum is moving from our neighbourhood in Vesterbro to a more central location in Stormgade 18-20 where they will inhabit an existing listed building from the 1890IES by the Danish architect H. J. Holm.


ByNaturrum Randers
ByNaturrum Randers receives support from The Danish Foundation for Culture and Sports Facilities [Lokale og Anlægsfonden] and The Danish Outdoor Council [Friluftsrådet]. The 140m2 building is an invitation to the citizens of Randers to experience and learn more about nature.


Brick House on the cover of Arkitekten Magazine
The January issue of Danish magazine Arkitekten features an interview with LETH & GORI along with four of our recent projects Brick House, Pulsen Hungarian House of Music and Roof House. 


Halmtorvet V Open House and Event
As part of a group of citizens on Vesterbro, Copenhagen we have been working with Halmtorvet since last summer. In a series of workshops with different user groups we have discussed the development of Halmtorvet and generated ideas for this historic urban space in Copenhagen. Now it’s Your turn to share Your ideas for the development of Halmtorvet. Join us next week in Absalonsgade and give us your thoughts: Open House Thursday and Friday 15-16 January 14:00 – 17:00 Music and drinks Friday 16 January 17:00 – 19:00 You can also join the discussion on Halmtorvet V’s Facebook page The…


BRICK HOUSE featured on ArchDaily’s 50 Best Houses of 2014
BRICK HOUSE is featured on ArchDaily’s ’50 Best Houses of 2014′. The list represents a wide range of innovative projects from all around the world including some of our own favourites like Tham & Videgård Arkitekters House on Husarö and many more. BRICK HOUSE is very happy! See ArchDaily’s list here: http://www.archdaily.com/582057/archdaily-s-50-best-houses-of-2014/ And the presentation here: BRICK HOUSE


OddenseHus nearing completion
OddenseHus is nearing completion. Based on the drive and donations of local citizens of the city of Oddense, the project transforms the existing sports hall by adding a new extension that includes a common public kitchen and dining area, a multipurpose hall, new dressing room facilities etc.. OddenseHus is the result of a collaboration between architect firms LETH & GORI, Elkiær + Ebbeskov and Arkitektfirmaet Andreas Ravn. The project has received funding from The Danish Foundation for Sports and Culture Facilities  (Lokale- og Anlægsfonden), Municipality of Skive, Landdistrikter.dk, Den A.P. Møllerske Støttefond and Spar Vest Fonden.


{:en} The exhibition PUBLIC AIR COPENHAGEN by Philippe Rahm architectes & Frans Drewniak opens Friday 5 December @ 16:00. Joins us for a discussion about biking in Copenhagen and  hot drinks…


The exhibition PUBLIC AIR COPENHAGEN by Philippe Rahm architectes & Frans Drewniak opens Friday 5 December @ 16:00. Joins us for a discussion about biking in Copenhagen and  hot drinks…


{:en} The exhibition PUBLIC AIR COPENHAGEN by Philippe Rahm architectes & Frans Drewniak opens Friday 5 December @ 16:00. Joins us for a discussion about biking in Copenhagen and  hot drinks…


The online forum World-Architects has interviewed LETH & GORI about architectural models for an article in their weekly eMagazine. See a selection of LETH & GORI’s models here…


Building Green
Building Green is a the biggest event in Denmark for sustainable design, construction and the built environment. This year Jørgen Søndermark from Realdania Byg will present the Mini CO2 housing project including LETH & GORI’s BRICK HOUSE. The BRICK HOUSE  is part of Realdania Byg’s large development project; The MiniCO2 Houses. The project includes a total of six detached houses, each of which illustrates various aspects of the reduction of  CO2 emissions in the construction, operation and maintenance of a house. The BRICK HOUSE focuses on “Maintenance and Service Life” and examines how much CO2 can be saved when a house…


MARK – exhibition opening
Please join us for the opening of ceramist Lene Roehrig Kjær’s exhibition MARK on the 17th of October. The exhibition takes its starting point in the double meaning of the title MARK. In Danish MARK means field and in English MARK means to make a visible impression in or stain on something. Lene Roehrig Kjær recently relocated from Copenhagen to the countryside in Lolland with her husband and is now literally living on a field. Her workshop is now side by side with the material she uses most as a ceramist – clay. ‘As a ceramist I am fascinated to see the…


Inauguration of PULSEN
Friday, 3 October marks the official opening of PULSEN – The Community Center of the Future, in Balling, Jutland. The new facility is conceived as a village within the village, and includes separate buildings for athletics, heathcare, culture, and wellness. Individual buildings are connected by a series of streets and plazas roofed in glass to maximize daylight penetration. These links are conceived as having the scale of covered squares, streets, pockets, niches, and transition spaces – in other words, a new yet familiar urban framework. We look forward to seeing you all at PULSEN, friday 3 october at 13.00. The…


Harvest Festival
LETH & GORI, VEGA landskab and Aarstiderne are happy to invite you to ‘Harvest Festival’ with drinks and green street kitchen on Architecture Day 1. October 16.30 – 18.00. The event will take place in front of our office in Absalonsgade and concludes the exhibition ‘Instant City Life’ by VEGA landskab. >More info about the Architecture Day programme here [Danish]


Karsten lectures today at The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts School of Architecture on the architectural quality of timber construction. Starting from LETH & GORI’s year-long interest in the performance and ecological and sustainable issues in timber constructions, the lecture will discuss the building site and the (hidden) attic and loft spaces as powerfull ressources for a new way of constructing using exposed timber. The lecture takes place at The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts School of Architecture, auditorium 2 @ 13.00. [Image previous page: BRICK HOUSE, attic]


Teaching at the The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts School of Architecture
Uffe and Karsten are both teaching at the The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts School of Architecture in the new Institute of Architecture and Technology. Karsten is involved in the Bachelor programme titled Architecture’s Anatomy and Fabrication lead by Nini Leimand and Jan Søndergaard.  Uffe is engaged in the Master programme titled Settlement, Ecology and Tectonics lead by Frans Drewniak and Anne Beim. >The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts School of Architecture >Institute of Architecture and Technology


‘instant city life’ exhibition opening
After three years of exhibitions in the storefront exhibition space of Absalonsgade 21B we are now ready to conquer the street. Join us for the opening of VEGA landskab’s exhibition ‘INSTANT CITY LIFE’ on Friday 15. August from 16.00. VEGA landskab have created a small park, the size of a parking spot, and filled it with plants, herbs and flowers for everyone to enjoy. About ‘INSTANT CITY LIFE’ The project is developed Anne Dorthe Vestergaard og Anne Galmar/ VEGA landskab in collaboration with Søren Ejlersen and Aarstiderne.com. Gartner Heiner Aldinger has composed and cultivated the plants during the summer. Opening 15. August 2014…


Brick House nominated for LEAF Award
Brick House has been nominated for a LEAF Award in the category ‘Residential Building of the Year – Single Occupancy’.


Fur Diatoms
For almost two years we have been working on a small project on the island Fur in Denmark. The site on Fur is one of ten unique sites in the Danish landscape selected in Realdania’s project Stedet Tæller.  Join us on Fur this Thursday 19. June for a presentation of our project to improve visitors facilities in the unique landscape on the north-west side of the island.  The event takes place at Fur Bryghus from 17.00 – 18.30. The project is a collaboration with Reiulf Ramstad Architects, Buro Happold and Anne Tietjen.  >Read more about the project here [Stedet Tæller…


BRICK HOUSE official inauguration and open house
The official inauguration of Brick House and the other five Mini CO2 Houses will take place this friday 20. June with participation of the Danish minister of Climate Rasmus Helveg Petersen. Saterday and Sunday 21-22. June 11.00 – 14.00 the houses are open to the public.  From 29. June to 31. August the houses are open on Sundays  13.00-15.00. >More info on Realdania Byg’s website >See the project here


Photographer Laura Stamer from STAMERS KONTOR has been around the Brick House for a photo shoot now published on DEZEEN. The images captures the projects tactile and innovative use of materials. Laura Stamer is a trained architect and photographer. The beautiful art work for the photo shoot is kindly lent by artist Malene Bach: Malene Bach> and ceramist Lene Roehrig Kjaer: Lene Roehrig>. Wooden Coffee table by architect Helena Westerberg: Matter Of Space> BRICK HOUSE> DEZEEN> STAMERS KONTOR> For additional information see Realdania Byg’s homepage: Realdania Byg


LETH & GORI’s BRICK HOUSE has travelled to Venice, Italy for 14th International Biennale Architettura  2014. Invited by LIQUID Group we will show BRICK HOUSE at the Palazzo Albrizzi from June 6 until the 13th. BRICK HOUSE puts forward a new view on sustainability that is – well actually really old! By proposing a design life in excess of 150 years BRICK HOUSE shows that it is possible to lower the CO2 footprint drastically compared to a standard type house. A thorough lifecycle assessment [LCA-assessment] has been undertaken in order to document this sustainable strategy. Hope to see you in…


Roof House near completion
LETH & GORI’s project for a transformation of an existing villa in Fredensborg, Denmark is close to completion. You can see a series of images of the project on LETH & GORI’s brand new Facebook page. 


Groundbreaking in Oddense
LETH & GORI and Elkiær + Ebbeskov’s project for a new community centre in Oddense, Jutland breaks ground. The project transforms the existing sports hall by adding a new extension that includes a common public kitchen and dining area, a multipurpose hall, new dressing room facilities etc.. The Oddense project stands on the shoulders of the traditional Danish social gathering place called ‘Forsamlingshuset’, best described as the local community centre. The project is the result of a process in which local citizens managed to raise support from the entire village of Oddense. LETH & GORI and E+E has helped the…


Lecture in Lund
As part of the programme Scandinavian Architecture and Urbanism II we are lecturing at the School of Architecture in Lund on Friday 14. March 10-12. We will show a selection of projects including Langvang Sports Building and Brick House.


About Appreciation and Care exhibition opening
Join us for the opening of the exhibition About Appreciation and Care – architectural recordings by Heidi Svenningsen Kajita on Friday 14. March 16-21.


1st prize in competition for Langvang
We have won the invited 2-phased competition for the multifunctional sports building Langvang  in Randers, Denmark.  The competition organised by Randers Municipality in collaboration with The Danish Foundation for Culture and Sport Facilities  [Lokale og Anlægsfonden] had five participating teams in phase 1 and three teams in phase 2.


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